CoderDojo for kids at Richmond Beach and Shoreline libraries

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

We’re turning the meeting room into a coding lab for kids and teens.
Don’t miss it!

Ages 7 to 17, ages 12 and younger with adult. 

CoderDojo is a free, volunteer run program. Explore coding in an open, collaborative environment for youth. Join the group anytime for self-directed online learning. No experience necessary.

Bring your charged laptop or tablet (a limited number of devices will be available for checkout during the program for those who don’t have access to a laptop or tablet).

More information here

This is a drop-in program. Registration not required.

Questions? Contact Leslie Carter, Youth Librarian,

Richmond Beach Library • 19601 21st Avenue NW • Shoreline 98177 • 206-546-3522
Monday-Thursday, 10am-9pm • Friday, 10am-6pm • Saturday, 10am-5pm

Shoreline Library • 345 NE 175th Street • Shoreline 98155 • 206-362-7550
Monday-Thursday, 10am-9pm • Friday, 10am-6pm • Saturday, 10am-5pm • Sunday, Noon-8pm

Reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities is available; contact the library prior to the event if you require accommodation.


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